Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool located at Chatham St, Liverpool L7 7BD, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0151 794 9500

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Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool
Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool
Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool
Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool
Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool
Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool
Sydney Jones Library, University of Liverpool liverpool

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Ala'a Al-Shaikh

5 Google Rating

What is great about this library is that it opens 24 hours. Large building with many great study are

5/ 5

What is great about this library is that it opens 24 hours. Large building with many great study areas. Can get busy in the mornings particularly around exam seasons. It has its own library which is open in the mornings and early afternoon and vending machines for people fancying coffee later at the evening. The staff are nice and helpful.

Phoebe McAssey

4 Google Rating

Everything about this library is perfect, except it’s constantly freezing, so wear something warm

4/ 5

Everything about this library is perfect, except it’s constantly freezing, so wear something warm

Zeyad Algroushi

5 Google Rating

I love this library ❤ "perfect place for studying"

5/ 5

I love this library ❤ "perfect place for studying"

Aanzun Rahman

5 Google Rating

Fantastic library. The reading rooms are awesome.

5/ 5

Fantastic library. The reading rooms are awesome.

Almas Mol

5 Google Rating

A great one. All I need is there.

5/ 5

A great one. All I need is there.

John Fox

5 Google Rating

Staff very patient & helpful

5/ 5

Staff very patient & helpful

P Ash

5 Google Rating

Great space, recent opening of 1st & 2nd floors of Abercromby wing. Great to see the library alive a

5/ 5

Great space, recent opening of 1st & 2nd floors of Abercromby wing. Great to see the library alive again.

Will Ackerman

4 Google Rating

Good. Booking system is a bit flawed though

4/ 5

Good. Booking system is a bit flawed though

Aye

5 Google Rating

Thanks for the Muslim Prayer Room 🙏🏻

5/ 5

Thanks for the Muslim Prayer Room 🙏🏻

Verkha Rani

5 Google Rating

The library is very beautiful and attaractive.

5/ 5

The library is very beautiful and attaractive.

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  • Tuesday08:30 - 21:30
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  • Thursday08:30 - 21:30
  • Friday08:30 - 21:30
  • Saturday00:00 - 18:00

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